Tuesday, March 3, 2015

Spurs, Bypasses and Beltways: Washington and Wisconsin

English: Lake Washington; Interstate 90; Lacey...
English: Lake Washington; Interstate 90; Lacey V. Murrow Memorial Bridge; Seattle, Washington (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
Washington shares Interstate 205 with Oregon. This highway begins at Exit 9 of Interstate 5 at Salmon Creek and travels south for 37 miles to Exit 288 where it rejoins I-5 at Tualatin, Oregon. Interstate 405 travels for just over 30 miles. It departs I-5 in Lynwood and runs south to connect with I-5 again at Exit 156 near Tukwila. I-405 is parallel to I-5 to the east of that interstate and Lake Washington. Less than two miles long is Interstate 705. It connects I-5 to the Schuster Parkway in Tacoma. The final auxiliary in Washington is Interstate 182. Just over 15 miles, I-182 joins I-82 to US 12 in Pasco.

Wisconsin has three auxiliary highways. The first for I-35 is Interstate 535. This highway is less than three miles long and connects US 53 in Superior with I-35 in Duluth, Minnesota. The two auxiliaries for I-94 are each less than ten miles long and are both in Milwaukee. Interstate 794 is just less than four miles in length and joins I-43/I-94 to WIS 794. Departing I-94 at Exit 305 is Interstate 894. It travels south and then east for just less than ten miles before rejoining I-94 at Exit 316.

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